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Microsoft chief: How to treat employees with disabilities better

The chief accessibility officer speaks from experience

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Are you treating your employees with disabilities well?

From experience, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, chief accessibility officer at Microsoft can attest to how “nervous” everyone gets around people with disabilities.

At a recent Inclusive Business Forum organised by SG Enable, Lay-Flurrie shared her experience of being hearing impaired in a company that’s on a constant journey towards inclusivity.

She also gave tips on how leaders and staff can take simple steps to treat their coworkers better.

When Lay-Flurrie first joined Microsoft more than a decade ago, she hid her disability.

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